Tenerife.Buzz App Update: Bus stops

Tenerife.Buzz App Update: Bus stops

We’ve teamed up with the Tenerife Bus Service ‘Titsa’ to help you find your way around the island during your visit, and we now have every single bus stop location for all of Tenerife on the app.

Follow this link for Bus Timetables and information.

Transportes Interurbanos de Tenerife (TITSA), a public limited company that belongs to the Cabildo Insular de Tenerife (Tenerife Island Council), has developed grown over the last 30 years is now one of the most important public transport companies in the country. Committed to facilitating mobility for the citizens of Tenerife, TITSA provides a full range of interurban transport services for road travelers on the island.

In addition to the important scope of the interurban transport service, urban services play a vital role in key municipalities because of the vast numbers of passengers they support. A clear example is the current provision of services in the capital city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, as well as in La Laguna, Los Realejos, Adeje, Guía de Isora. Moreover, TITSA holds collaboration agreements with the towns of La Orotava, Los Realejos, Arona, while also providing transport for schools in the private sector.

In 2012, TITSA covered 35 million a half kilometers through 160 transport lines, with a fleet of 526 vehicles, conveyed around 36 million passengers, in all, around 1.9 million trips.

TITSA buses run 24 hours a day, 365 days a year; to ensure that buses reach travelers, there around 3,700 bus stops dotted all over the island.

The Languages of Tenerife

The native language is Spanish. In the south English is spoken by everyone with German and Italian common too, but in the north, fluent English is spoken by fewer people. No big problem should be anticipated regarding communication, though. A good tip is to pronounce...

The Beautiful Garachico

If you’re looking for something off the tourist trail, head to to the Anaga Mountains in the north east of the island. Formed by a volcanic eruption 7-9 million years ago, this prehistoric mountain range is the oldest part of the island, and a trip here feels like...

The Awe-inspiring Punta de Teno,

This rugged, rocky headland ten kilometers from Buenavista is the most westerly point on the island and a great place to get away from the crowds and blow away the cobwebs with a bit of bracing sea air. Admire the active lighthouse perched precipitously on the rocks,...

The Pyramids of Güímar

The Pyramids of Güímar are six rectangular pyramid-shaped, terraced structures built from lava stone without the use of mortar. They are located in the district of Chacona, part of the town of Güímar on the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Spain. The...

Anaga Mountains

If you’re looking for something off the tourist trail, head to to the Anaga Mountains in the north east of the island. Formed by a volcanic eruption 7-9 million years ago, this prehistoric mountain range is the oldest part of the island, and a trip here feels like...

The Ancient Drago Milenario Tree

No trip to Tenerife would be complete without a glimpse at the Drago Milenario (‘Dragon Tree’), the national symbol of the island. So-called because of its red resin, which looks like ‘dragon’s blood’ and is reputed to have numerous medicinal benefits, it has been...

Cheaper Rental Property Fail

Updated 7 February 2019: The Spanish Congress has failed to approve this legislation, and so all the law reverts to the previous measures. This means that there now will not be an increase in the period of residential rental contracts which will continue to be...

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Carnival 2019: Los Gigantes and Los Cristianos Record Crowds

Carnival 2019: Los Gigantes and Los Cristianos Record Crowds

Updated 10 March: It’s already billed as the second biggest carnival in the world after Rio de Janeiro’s, but now, as Santa Cruz celebrates the final day of the city’s carnival, organizers say that yesterday’s Carnaval del Día had record crowds with over 400,000 people crowding the capital. There will be as many tonight, they expect, for the Fin de fiesta party in procession before culminating in the Plaza de La Candelaria to the side of the Plaza de España’s fountain outside the Cabildo. The attention of many, especially in the south, will now switch to Los Gigantes where carnival starts next Friday (programme HERE) and Los Cristianos starting on the 21st (programme HERE).

Photo: Atelier Sedomir

Updated 28 February: Santa Cruz now has its carnival queen for 2019! Last night’s gala had a record 19 candidates but the winner in the end was 22-year-old Priscila Medina Quintena representing Autoinsular Citroën in a Fantasía called La Nuit designed by La Victoria de Acentejo atelier Sedomir Rodríguez de la Sierra.

The designer workshop specialises in couture gowns for fiestas and weddings, and they could find their victory last night brings them no end of customers because one can easily imagine this fantasia on the red carpet being worn by Rihanna or Beyoncé rather than the traditional fantasia which is more like a magical mechanical masterpiece on wheels! (Click the image left to see full size). Priscila herself says that she’s still coming to terms with her win and doubts she’ll believe it until she sets foot, in her fantasia, on the streets of Santa Cruz in Friday evening’s opening parade.

Meanwhile, Los Gigantes, has announced that its own very popular carnival with the theme of the Olympian Gods will take place between 15 and 23 March and the programme is HERE.

Updated 27 February: For some, perhaps many, it’s the highlight of any carnival when the carnival queen is chosen, and tonight is the night in the Santa Cruz Carnaval. It’ll be live on La2 from 9.30pm, and with the ceremony over, Carnaval spills onto the streets of the capital. The opening parade is this Friday, 1 March, leaving the Plaza de la República Dominicana around 8pm and then proceeding via avenida Asuncionistas, Ramón y Cajal, Galcerán, Plaza de Weyler, Méndez Núñez, El Pilar, Villalba Hervás and La Marina, terminating in avenida Francisco La Roche. There’ll be a few sleepless nights in Santa Cruz over the next ten or so days!

Updated 23 February: Carnaval season is now in full swing. In Santa Cruz, the murga groups have competed and now the music and dancing groups have taken the stage and the carnival queens are being chosen: the young and mature queens have been chosen with the main Reina gala this coming Wednesday. After that, carnival will spill onto the streets of Santa Cruz for a full-blown party culminating in the burial of the sardine. In Puerto de la Cruz carnival is also underway with the carnival queen being chosen on Thursday coming. The full programmes are HERE for Santa Cruz and HERE for Puerto de la Cruz. Los Cristianos carnival starts on 21 March, and its programme is HERE.

Arona unveils Silver Age Fair for the over 55s

Avenida de Playa de Las Americas will be home to Arona’s Silver Age Fair tomorrow and Saturday, 15 and 16 March. The fair will be in the CC Oasis part of the Golden Mile and will take place between 11am and 9pm both days, with more than 40 exhibitors of health,...

Sensaciones ‘Más que Mar’ in Los Abrigos

Los Abrigos’ annual Sensaciones ‘Más que Mar’ (Sensations ‘More than sea’) will be held between 6pm and midnight on 29 March in the village’s Church Square. As usual, there will be a range of stands, talks and displays … and of course music and seafood...

CanaryRun’s Two Major Races in Tenerife Next Month

CanaryRun organizes many events and two of them are next month. The first is the Trail Fuente Alta Vilaflor on Saturday and Sunday 30 and 31 March. Organizers say that the Trail Fuente Alta Vilaflor focuses on the beauty of the orography and the charm of the town, and...

Carnaval 2019: Programme Unveiled for Next Month

Updated 23 February: Carnaval season is now in full swing. In Santa Cruz, the murga groups have competed and now the music and dancing groups have taken the stage and the carnival queens are being chosen: the young and mature queens have been chosen with the main...

Arts and Crafts Fairs in Tenerife 2019

Arts and crafts fairs are regular events throughout Tenerife, and Artesanía de Tenerife has now published the full line-up calendar for 2019 in Tenerife. The fairs, from small to large, are are always well attended, with people browsing and buying the products of some...

Fun Charity Event

The work of the association El Arca de Noé (Noah’s Ark) primarily focuses on the needs of those who for lots of reasons have been left behind, some by choice, some by self inflicted problems, others through mental illness or simply bad luck and can not face to go...

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day in the Golf del Sur

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day in the Golf del Sur

The annual St Patrick’s Day celebrations of everything Irish by the Irish community in conjunction with San Miguel Ayuntamiento will take place on, of course, St. Patrick´s Day, Sunday 17 March. Organizers invite everyone to join them in the fantastic setting of Golf del Sur Club house for an evening of Irish food, music, dancing and culture.

Starting with a drinks reception at 7pm, the evening includes;
· 3 course meal (including wine)
· Display of traditional Irish dancing
· Poetry recital
· Live music by The Islanders
 
25€ per person / For tickets call 608 000 356
 
Céad míle Fáilte

Arona unveils Silver Age Fair for the over 55s

Avenida de Playa de Las Americas will be home to Arona’s Silver Age Fair tomorrow and Saturday, 15 and 16 March. The fair will be in the CC Oasis part of the Golden Mile and will take place between 11am and 9pm both days, with more than 40 exhibitors of health,...

Sensaciones ‘Más que Mar’ in Los Abrigos

Los Abrigos’ annual Sensaciones ‘Más que Mar’ (Sensations ‘More than sea’) will be held between 6pm and midnight on 29 March in the village’s Church Square. As usual, there will be a range of stands, talks and displays … and of course music and seafood...

CanaryRun’s Two Major Races in Tenerife Next Month

CanaryRun organizes many events and two of them are next month. The first is the Trail Fuente Alta Vilaflor on Saturday and Sunday 30 and 31 March. Organizers say that the Trail Fuente Alta Vilaflor focuses on the beauty of the orography and the charm of the town, and...

Carnaval 2019: Programme Unveiled for Next Month

Updated 23 February: Carnaval season is now in full swing. In Santa Cruz, the murga groups have competed and now the music and dancing groups have taken the stage and the carnival queens are being chosen: the young and mature queens have been chosen with the main...

Arts and Crafts Fairs in Tenerife 2019

Arts and crafts fairs are regular events throughout Tenerife, and Artesanía de Tenerife has now published the full line-up calendar for 2019 in Tenerife. The fairs, from small to large, are are always well attended, with people browsing and buying the products of some...

Fun Charity Event

The work of the association El Arca de Noé (Noah’s Ark) primarily focuses on the needs of those who for lots of reasons have been left behind, some by choice, some by self inflicted problems, others through mental illness or simply bad luck and can not face to go...

The Tenerife.buzz App is Now in Store

The Tenerife.buzz App is Now in Store

We are pleased to announce that the Tenerife.buzz is now in both Apple and Android stores.

Simply search for Tenerife Buzz, alternatively click here for download links.

It’s impossible to miss anything whilst you’re in Tenerife with the Tenerife.Buzz app, do you want to find a restaurant for you and your partner to eat at? Our app can get you there! How about a money off voucher for that meal? Our app can give you one! But what about after? Maybe you want to go out dancing! Tenerife.Buzz can help you out, we can point you to the closest venue or even get you a ticket into the big beach party happening at sunset! So cool!

  • Find Deals
  • Purchase tickets
  • Find restaurants, stores, attractions and more
  • Get Directions
  • Get the most out of your stay

There is so much to see and do on the island and now we’ve made it so much easier for you to explore the whole island! No need to buy tickets in cash anymore save that for tips, it’s all digital now, quick, efficient and easy.

Tenerife.Buzz is so simple to use you can plan out your whole day before even eating your breakfast, it is a must have tool for anyone visiting Tenerife.

You can download the app now on ios and android

Please leave a review and tell us what you think!

The Languages of Tenerife

The native language is Spanish. In the south English is spoken by everyone with German and Italian common too, but in the north, fluent English is spoken by fewer people. No big problem should be anticipated regarding communication, though. A good tip is to pronounce...

The Beautiful Garachico

If you’re looking for something off the tourist trail, head to to the Anaga Mountains in the north east of the island. Formed by a volcanic eruption 7-9 million years ago, this prehistoric mountain range is the oldest part of the island, and a trip here feels like...

The Awe-inspiring Punta de Teno,

This rugged, rocky headland ten kilometers from Buenavista is the most westerly point on the island and a great place to get away from the crowds and blow away the cobwebs with a bit of bracing sea air. Admire the active lighthouse perched precipitously on the rocks,...

The Pyramids of Güímar

The Pyramids of Güímar are six rectangular pyramid-shaped, terraced structures built from lava stone without the use of mortar. They are located in the district of Chacona, part of the town of Güímar on the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Spain. The...

Anaga Mountains

If you’re looking for something off the tourist trail, head to to the Anaga Mountains in the north east of the island. Formed by a volcanic eruption 7-9 million years ago, this prehistoric mountain range is the oldest part of the island, and a trip here feels like...

The Ancient Drago Milenario Tree

No trip to Tenerife would be complete without a glimpse at the Drago Milenario (‘Dragon Tree’), the national symbol of the island. So-called because of its red resin, which looks like ‘dragon’s blood’ and is reputed to have numerous medicinal benefits, it has been...

Cheaper Rental Property Fail

Updated 7 February 2019: The Spanish Congress has failed to approve this legislation, and so all the law reverts to the previous measures. This means that there now will not be an increase in the period of residential rental contracts which will continue to be...

Noche de Tapas y Vino in Playa San Juan on 30 March

Noche de Tapas y Vino in Playa San Juan on 30 March

Playa San Juan’s fifth Noche de Tapas y Vino will be held on Saturday 30 March. The event has become a regular and very popular annual date in the municipal calendar, and this year’s will take place not in the harbour as previously but in the new square, Plaza Eulogia González Taima, from 7pm and goes on until at least half past midnight, and once again the public will be able to enjoy tapas and wine from just €1, with live music throughout.

source https://www.janetanscombe.com/news/noche-de-tapas-y-vino-in-playa-san-juan.html

Arona unveils Silver Age Fair for the over 55s

Avenida de Playa de Las Americas will be home to Arona’s Silver Age Fair tomorrow and Saturday, 15 and 16 March. The fair will be in the CC Oasis part of the Golden Mile and will take place between 11am and 9pm both days, with more than 40 exhibitors of health,...

Sensaciones ‘Más que Mar’ in Los Abrigos

Los Abrigos’ annual Sensaciones ‘Más que Mar’ (Sensations ‘More than sea’) will be held between 6pm and midnight on 29 March in the village’s Church Square. As usual, there will be a range of stands, talks and displays … and of course music and seafood...

CanaryRun’s Two Major Races in Tenerife Next Month

CanaryRun organizes many events and two of them are next month. The first is the Trail Fuente Alta Vilaflor on Saturday and Sunday 30 and 31 March. Organizers say that the Trail Fuente Alta Vilaflor focuses on the beauty of the orography and the charm of the town, and...

Carnaval 2019: Programme Unveiled for Next Month

Updated 23 February: Carnaval season is now in full swing. In Santa Cruz, the murga groups have competed and now the music and dancing groups have taken the stage and the carnival queens are being chosen: the young and mature queens have been chosen with the main...

Arts and Crafts Fairs in Tenerife 2019

Arts and crafts fairs are regular events throughout Tenerife, and Artesanía de Tenerife has now published the full line-up calendar for 2019 in Tenerife. The fairs, from small to large, are are always well attended, with people browsing and buying the products of some...

Fun Charity Event

The work of the association El Arca de Noé (Noah’s Ark) primarily focuses on the needs of those who for lots of reasons have been left behind, some by choice, some by self inflicted problems, others through mental illness or simply bad luck and can not face to go...

Long Live the Lion King

Long Live the Lion King

Tickets are selling like hot cakes, and anyone who’s seen any video of the Lion King, or perhaps who saw the group dance on Strictly last season, will understand why. This stunning performance brings exotic dance, music, the African savannah, and a hugely famous storyline to Los Cristianos’ auditorium at 6pm on 29 April. Tickets HERE, but be quick!

Arona unveils Silver Age Fair for the over 55s

Avenida de Playa de Las Americas will be home to Arona’s Silver Age Fair tomorrow and Saturday, 15 and 16 March. The fair will be in the CC Oasis part of the Golden Mile and will take place between 11am and 9pm both days, with more than 40 exhibitors of health,...

Sensaciones ‘Más que Mar’ in Los Abrigos

Los Abrigos’ annual Sensaciones ‘Más que Mar’ (Sensations ‘More than sea’) will be held between 6pm and midnight on 29 March in the village’s Church Square. As usual, there will be a range of stands, talks and displays … and of course music and seafood...

CanaryRun’s Two Major Races in Tenerife Next Month

CanaryRun organizes many events and two of them are next month. The first is the Trail Fuente Alta Vilaflor on Saturday and Sunday 30 and 31 March. Organizers say that the Trail Fuente Alta Vilaflor focuses on the beauty of the orography and the charm of the town, and...

Carnaval 2019: Programme Unveiled for Next Month

Updated 23 February: Carnaval season is now in full swing. In Santa Cruz, the murga groups have competed and now the music and dancing groups have taken the stage and the carnival queens are being chosen: the young and mature queens have been chosen with the main...

Arts and Crafts Fairs in Tenerife 2019

Arts and crafts fairs are regular events throughout Tenerife, and Artesanía de Tenerife has now published the full line-up calendar for 2019 in Tenerife. The fairs, from small to large, are are always well attended, with people browsing and buying the products of some...

Fun Charity Event

The work of the association El Arca de Noé (Noah’s Ark) primarily focuses on the needs of those who for lots of reasons have been left behind, some by choice, some by self inflicted problems, others through mental illness or simply bad luck and can not face to go...

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